Click the Start button and select All Programs > Start up. Inside the start-up dialog box are all the programs that will start automatically during the boot-up process. Right-click on the MimioStudio icon and select Delete. This will remove MimioStudio from the start-up group.
Changing pen color and thickness: In Windows, open Mimio Notebook > Tools > Settings. In Mac, open Notebook from the Apple header > Preferences > Settings. Select Ink Capture on the left side of the MimioStudio Settings dialog. Select the Pen of your choice and adjust how it will appear on the Mimio Notebook page, according to color and thickness. Press the Ok button. NOTE: Changing the pen thickness will make the virtual ink
MimioTeach technology combines the simplicity of a whiteboard, the power of a computer, and front projection to engage students with vivid images, video, and audio. You get a feature-rich interactive whiteboard that combines color, motion, and interactivity. It also allows you to display your computer desktop and lets you interact with PC applications and navigate websites. The MimioCapture system lets you save dry-erase marker notes to a connected computer. The
If necessary, you can remove the integrated MimioTeach bar from the MimioBoard and replace with a new MimioTeach bar. You will need the included MimioTeach replacement tools and a screwdriver. To remove the MimioTeach bar: Remove the MimioBoard frame pieces from above and below the MimioTeach bar. Unplug the cable from the MimioTeach bar. Using the included Allen wrench, do the following: Remove the screw below the MimioTeach bar. Remove the
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